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Thursday, 12 June 2008 12:15

New screenshots of Zoids Assault

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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New screenshots of battle beasts

 

Today, Atlus U.S.A. launched a new set of screenshots from their game, Zoids Assault.

It’s a military-strategy RPG where you’re in charge of giant bio-mechanical machines and seek to win in a conflict of two neighboring forces, Maroll and Jamil.

Zoids are biomechanical machines that feature properties and looks of animals, but are in fact the ultimate warfare machines. Of course, within the game you’ll be upgrading and enhancing them as needed.

The game is exclusive to XboX 360 consoles and will hit the market on 26th of August 2008.

You can check out the new screenshots here.

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